Mundi Madness Month

The massive Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash, Australia’s newest outback music festival, drew over 10,000 revellers from across the country in April this year. The success of the first Mundi Mundi Bash has paved the way for a three-day sequel this August 18-20.

Out of the Ordinary Outback has released free and half-priced ‘Mundi Madness’ offers at three of its properties in far west NSW for the month of August to help festival-goers see more of the region before or after the massive outdoor concert in the desert.

The Mundi Mundi Bash, held this August on the ochre sands of the sweeping Mundi Mundi Plains 40 kilometres north-west of Broken Hill, will feature 22 major music acts, including rock legends Midnight Oil, Jimmy Barnes, Kase Chambers, Jon Stevens, Missy Higgins, and Daryl Braithwaite. The Mundi Mundi Bash, produced by the same people who put on the iconic Birdsville Big Red Bash, features classic acts such as the Eurogliders, Bjorn Again, The Black Sorrows, Russell Morris, and Richard Clapton.


For the month of August, Out of the Ordinary Outback is offering these special ‘Mundi Madness’ offers to all travellers, including Mundi Mundi patrons who want to explore more of Outback NSW before or after the concert:

For four nights this August, camp or stay in your caravan at Out of the Ordinary Outback’s dune-nestled Broken Hill Outback Resort or billabong-fringing Warrawong on the Darling outback retreat at nearby Wilcannia, with the fourth night free. Simply pay for three. Powered sites start at $40 per night at Warrawong on the Darling and $45 at Broken Hill Outback Resort, which has its own outback pub serving hearty meals and refreshing ales.

The terms and conditions apply, and all offers are subject to availability.

Out of the Ordinary Outback can be reached at 1300 679 688 or online at

Tickets for the Mundi Mundi Bash can be purchased at

Broken Hill Outback Resort, as well as The Argent Motel and The Tourist Lodge in Broken Hill, and the Copper City Motel/Hotel in Cobar, Warrawong on the Darling at Wilcannia, the Ivanhoe Hotel Motel, and the famous White Cliffs Underground Motel are all owned by Out of the Ordinary Outback.

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